We are doing a bit of a deep dive episode this week. I wanted to share with you my 10-11 best tips for staying productive even when you don’t feel like it or may struggle with disorganization. We talk about many different personal tips that work well for me as well as universally good ideas when it comes to productivity and getting stuff done.
Welcome, everybody! Today’s episode is going to focus on a single topic. I have gotten a lot of questions recently about nighttime anxiety and nocturnal panic, so today we are going to focus on things that you can do to help you get a little bit better sleep and some relief from that nasty anxiety that can pop up during the night.
This week, I have a nice Q&A session for you. Three really great questions that cover a variety of topics. Some of the content in here is sexually related and there is also plenty of talk about trauma. Be advised.
From Benjamin Franklin to Tim Ferriss, so many of the world’s most amazingly productive and successful people in the past and present have advocated for using a journal. Coincidence? I think not. There are research-proven benefits to journaling as well as countless personal tales of how using a journal has helped to increase productivity, happiness, and creativity. I’m sure this isn’t news to you. Most people understand that journaling is beneficial, so why haven’t you started? In this article, I want to give you my view on why you should journal and a simple printable to get you started journaling today.